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  • He knew that he would not otherwise have been elected at the Beaufort, or at that most aristocratic of little clubs called Sebright's.

    The Small House at Allington

  •      I made a box for the male Sebright named Suzie in the girl's playroom and went to search for Zelda again.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • As the days passed, though, I began to hope that maybe we would be able to keep them until next spring and try for chicks again — Sebright and Silkies, and maybe a few hybrids.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • Sitting very still in a patch of grass was the Sebright.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • The other Sebright was missing, as was Zelda, the female Silkie.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  •      We buried the Sebright near a semi-circle of small Siberian Elms the girls used for their outdoor “castle” area.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  •      Early the next morning I found the Sebright hopping around his box.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  •      At dusk I cuddled a Sebright chick next to me and took it into the hen house.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • Zora came out and I calmly told her what happened, and that the female Sebright was gone.

    The Chicken Chronicles

  • At Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, working with Golden Sebright chickens, a breed whose voices are most similar to the ancestral jungle fowl, psychology professor Chris Evans and his wife Linda have identified twenty-four separate calls the birds use to communicate specific information to others in the flock.



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